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Before heading to the polls have proper identification

Polls will open from 6 a.m. local time until 6 p.m. 

Police hold event aimed at identifying missing persons

A Kentucky State Police post is holding an event aimed at identifying missing persons.

UPDATE: Lexington drowning victim identified

A woman who drowned while swimming in a reservoir Wednesday afternoon in Lexington has been identified, according to the Fayette County coroner.

UPDATE: “Not enough information” to confirm body found is missing man

The Whitley County sheriff says there isn't enough information to connect a missing person investigation with the discovery of human remains in the Clear Fork River.

UPDATE: State to Seek Death Penalty Against Suspect in Couple’s Death

A motion was filed Wednesday, saying that the Commonwealth of Kentucky will seek the death penalty against Craig Pennington, accused of murdering Crystal Warner and her boyfriend, Bobby Jones.

UPDATE: Search for Human Remains in KY River Ends

The search for additional human remains in the Kentucky River is over. The next challenge is identifying the remains.

LPD looking for woman passing counterfeit money

Police in Lexington are asking for help from the public in identifying a woman they say is passing counterfeit bills around the city.

UPDATE: Officials ID body found floating inside toolbox in creek

A Kentucky coroner has identified the body of a man found inside a toolbox floating in a Grayson County creek.

KSP investigates after fatal house fire in Magoffin Co.

Kentucky State Police are investigating after a house fire in Magoffin County left one person dead.

KSP asks for help identifying Madison Co. theft suspects

Kentucky State Police are hoping someone can identify two men they say fraudulently used a credit card after multiple thefts from cars in northern Madison Co.

Nicholasville police ask for help identifying suspects

Police in Nicholasville are asking the public for help identifying suspects and a vehicle in a recent theft.

House committee moves eyewitness identification reform act forward

A Kentucky House committee has passed a bill aimed to cut down on wrongful convictions by making police procedures across the state more uniform when it comes to witness identification.

UPDATE: Coroner identifies man found dead on Kent Dr.

The coroner says an 18 year-old man was killed around 8:30 p.m. Sunday near the intersection of Cabot and Kent Drive.

Pulaski Co. Sheriff’s Office asking for help locating suspect

The Pulaski Co. Sheriff's office say they need help finding a man accused of stealing merchandise from Paul's Discount in Somerset.

Body found in La Grange lake; not yet identified

Officials say a body has been found in a small lake.

Theft suspect – Please help identify

Somerset Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying a man in Somerset, suspected of using a stolen credit card.

Theft suspect – Please help identify

Somerset Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying a man in Somerset, suspected of using a stolen credit card.

Theft suspect – Please help identify

Somerset Police Department is asking the public for help in identifying a man in Somerset, suspected of using a stolen credit card.

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